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Dr. Apaliski

Dr. Apaliski

Dr. Apaliski has been a practicing physician for over 30 years. He first trained as a pediatrician at the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh and later as an allergist at Wilford Hall United States Air Force Medical Center in San Antonio, Texas. In 1990, he served as a flight surgeon in the first Gulf War.

Dr. Apaliski is Board Certified in Pediatrics as well as Allergy & Immunology. In addition, he is a Fellow of the American College of Allergy and Immunology and a Board Member of the Allergy and Asthma Foundation of America—North Texas chapter. He is also certified by the Association of Clinical Research Professionals as a Certified Physician Investigator.

In addition to seeing patients in his medical practice at the Allergy & Asthma Centres of the Metroplex, and conducting Clinical Trials as the Medical Director of Discovery Trials-Arlington, Dr. Apaliski is on the Medical Staff at THR Arlington Memorial Hospital in Arlington, Texas.

Dr. Apaliski is also a speaker specializing in helping to educate physicians and other health care providers about the diagnosis and treatment of asthma and allergic diseases.

Dr. Apaliski has two children and resides in Colleyville, TX, with his wife.

Website:

beatingasthma.com/

Blog Posts by Dr. Apaliski

  • Asthma Awareness: Your ‘Asthma Action Plan’

    Asthma Awareness: Your ‘Asthma Action Plan’

    Today is my final guest blog in this series on asthma. I am deeply grateful to DrGreene.com for inviting me and to all the readers for viewing my posts. I hope you have found them helpful.

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  • Asthma Awareness: A ‘Step Therapy’ Approach to Medications

    Asthma Awareness: A ‘Step Therapy’ Approach to Medications

    Treating asthma is a dynamic process, the goal being controlled asthma, which interferes with your life to the smallest extent possible. In the quest to control asthma, medications are also important.

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  • Asthma Awareness: The Patient-Doctor Relationship

    Asthma Awareness: The Patient-Doctor Relationship

    Thinking back to childhood, I still have great affection for my physician, Dr. Judge. Visits to him never seemed rushed. He always carefully listened to my mother (and me), performed an unhurried physical examination, and patiently explained the diagnosis and treatment to us in his quiet office, which was attached to his family home.

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  • Asthma Awareness: The Nature of Asthma and Avoiding Triggers

    Asthma Awareness: The Nature of Asthma and Avoiding Triggers

    Historically, asthma has been looked upon as a disease of weakness. Sadly, this misunderstanding persists today among some people. This belief is a myth. Asthma is a chronic illness of the lungs.

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  • Asthma Awareness: Taking Control of a Chronic Condition

    Asthma Awareness: Taking Control of a Chronic Condition

    Come with me on a journey into the life of a young child with asthma: Feel what they feel when their asthma strikes. It is nighttime and you are comfortably sleeping. Suddenly you begin to cough, and you awaken feeling as if you can’t breathe. As if your lungs are being painfully squeezed or something […]

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